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Write with Your Voice!

Write with Your Voice! The most authentic way to connect with anyone is to be your true self. Even in writing, there’s a special tone any writer uses to convey his or her personality through words. If you sound uncomfortable saying it – it’ll read uncomfortably, too. What’s the best way to make sure your […]

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First Draft Dragon

So you made the commitment and now you’re wondering if you should be committed! Never fear! We’re all taking this leap together! And we’re gonna make it together!   If you were going to fear, however, it’s a pretty safe bet that one of the biggest things you’d be wary of would be the dreaded […]

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Someday is Today: Making Time to Write

Someday is Today: Making Time to Write   Leave your excuses at the door, oh busy budding writers of 2016! Everyone and their mom has a hangnail, a teething toddler, a grouchy boss, the leaky faucet and a quarterly finals coming up. The small, consistent action we want to focus on this month is to […]

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Now or Never: Make NaNoWriMo 2016 Your Year

Now or Never: Make NaNoWriMo 2016 Your Year   So you’ve hit some type of milestone in your life. This milestone caused a little flickering or a full out bonfire of enlightenment to shower on your senses (ouch, careful – you’re still flammable). You’ve decided the best way to embrace these flickers and flames is […]

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NaNoWriMo – National Novel Writing Month

Join the Daybreak Press team as we participate in NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). Follow us on FB, Twitter and Instagram for daily pieces of advice from our editorial staff to help you make your writing dreams come true!  

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Welcome to Day break Press

If you’ve read anything from Frankenstein to The Kill List, you’ve probably encountered what we refer to as “Literary Exasperation Syndrome”. That vexing feeling you get when you see yet another Muslim character portrayed through smug, paranoid, or even well-intentioned Western eyes. Up until recently, these sorts of books have drowned out Muslim voices on […]

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